EV charging: What can the US and China learn from each other?

May 08, 2019

On May 8, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and Beijing Energy Network hosted Anders Hove, Fellow at the Center for Global Energy Policy at Columbia SIPA, for a public presentation on China EV charging infrastructure: business models and challenges.

During the event, Hove shared his recent research on electric vehicles and EV charging in China to more than 70 attendees. He discussed the status of EV charging in the U.S. and China, as well as potential future business models for EV charging, with a particular focus on his ongoing research on integrating EVs into the power grid and wider energy systems.

Anders Hove is an energy research analyst and project director located in Beijing, China. He also serves as Project Director at GIZ China, where his work relates to coordinating German energy transition expertise for the Energy Research Institute of China's National Development and Reform Commission as well as coordinating various GIZ research and advisory activities related to sustainable infrastructure finance. He has almost 20 years of public and private sector experience related to energy policy and markets, including nine years on Wall Street and nine years in China.

Anders Hove